- Women are more likely to stay in the workforce after having a child if flexible policies are considered the norm, not the exception.
- Compensation consultants, often hired by companies with deficient corporate governance, rarely prevent the boards of such companies from overpaying executives.August 21, 2008
- “Putting people first” can be more than a slogan.June 10, 2008 by Edward E. Lawler III
- One of the world’s oldest and most influential management consulting firms is taking on a new identity.May 21, 2008 by Shumeet Banerji
- A community center founded in Hurricane Katrina’s wake shows how megacommunity efforts can bring people the help they need to rebuild.
- Many companies are still learning how to benefit from valuable intellectual property.February 26, 2008 by David Kline
- Corporate governance expert Nell Minow explains the relationship between outlandish severance packages and the risky financial instruments linked to subprime mortgages.February 19, 2008 by William J. Holstein
- The best solutions to an organization’s problems may be found among its members.December 4, 2007 by Lisa Kimball
- Booz Allen Hamilton’s sixth annual CEO Succession Study reveals that turnover among chief executives has leveled off and that they now operate in a world of more active investors and involved boards. To survive in this “new normal,” CEOs must pay attention to all of their constituents.
- Employees who work nontraditional schedules can create as much value as nine-to-fivers if executives can manage their expectations and special needs.June 5, 2007 by John Frehse
- CEOs, the most desirable board members, are now in short supply. And that’s good news.
- Forget the old rules for bringing products to market. Procter & Gamble is helping to write a new playbook.
- As more Chinese travelers leave the mainland to explore the world, the travel industry must figure out what these consumers really want.
- Eskom, Africa’s largest electric company, has shown the world how to combine social leadership and business success.November 30, 2006 by Ann Graham
- Sources for making sense of fossil fuel scarcity, the oil endgame, and the automotive future.May 30, 2006 by John Wormald
- Treating patients like customers is not only good medicine; it’s good business.February 28, 2006 by Joe Flower
- In fulfilling that long-deferred dream, it’s good to start your second career before you exit your first.August 26, 2005 by Sam Hill
- The most attractive new form of Internet telephony is also the most threatening to corporate security — for now.August 26, 2005 by Gordon Cook
- The most attractive new form of Internet telephony is also the most threatening to corporate security — for now.June 29, 2005 by Gordon Cook
- With forced turnover up 300 percent since 1995, business has entered the era of the short-term chief.
- The new breed of staff can be an enormous force for positive change and success in their companies — if managers listen to them.August 25, 2004 by Marc Prensky
- The new breed of staff can be an enormous force for positive change and success in their companies — if managers listen to them.June 30, 2004 by Marc Prensky
- Not all products are created equal, so supplier integration schemes must be flexible.
- Performance-related dismissals are up and board tolerance is down at large companies around the world, the annual Booz Allen Hamilton study finds.
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